It can be said that they are the only American band whose social impact was similar to the Beatles one.
The musical reunion of David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash (with or without Neil Young) not only was one of the most successful ones of the sixties, seventies and early eighties through their recordings and live concerts –including the different personalities of the members and their connection with the political and cultural turmoils of the period, as they publicly opposed to the Vietnam war- it can also be said that they are the only American band whose social impact was similar to the Beatles one.
More than four decades have passed since Crosby (The Byrds), Stills (Buffalo Springfield) and Nash (The Hollies) appeared at Laurel Canyon in 1968 and did their mythical concert at the Woodstock festival in 1969. Their members keep alive a creative association considered as one of the most influential and lasting ones, with their rich vocal harmonies and a style that ranges from acoustic folk to melodic pop.
This summer, Crosby, Stills & Nash (CSN) come back to the European stages with a series of concerts in cities like Paris, Berlin, Hamburg, Munich and, of course, Barcelona, after 8 years (their only gig in Spain)where they expect to repeat the success of their acclaimed 2012 world tour, in which they did shows considered by many critics as the most memorable ones of their career… even better than the 1969 ones!